UPPER LACHLAN SHIRE
The Upper Lachlan Shire sits astride the Great Dividing Range in the southern tablelands of New South Wales. It is at the headwaters of two very important water catchments – the Hawkesbury-Nepean and the Lachlan River.
The shire experiences the four seasons, with snow often seen on the hills and in the higher towns in winter. It is a very scenic and productive region.
Information about Goulburn can be found here.